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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 7 July 1913

OFFICERS: T. T. FLSIIBURNK, Chairman of Board. J. B. KISHBlliN, President ? LUCIAN IL OOCKE, Vice-President. EDWARD U STONE, Vice-President E. B. SPENCER, Cashier, , T. ENGLEBY, Assistant Cashier. A. IT. DUDLEY, Assistant Cashier. C. W. BEERBOWER, Auditor. DIRECTORS: J. B. ANDREWS W. K. ANDREWS J AS. C. CAS8ELL L. IL COCKE J. B. FISH BURN R IL F18HBIJRNE T. T. FI8HBURNE V. E. POSTER T. W. GOODWIN L. E. JOHNSON JOSEPH KEYS A. E. KINO W. II. LEWIS I. J. MEALS .IXO. B NEWTON S. B. PACE E. B. SPENCER W. C. STEPHENSON EDWARD L. STONE V. B. THOM AS J. L. VAUOHAN J. R. WEAVER E. WILE JAMES P. WOODS s . - ? .? ' ' ?' ' ?Lt I . ? BANK OF ? .T ROANOKE, VIRGINIA CONDENSED STATEMENT JULY 1, 1913 RESOURCES: Louis and Discounts $2,802,806.62 Bonds 341,870.72 U. a Bonds 314,000.00 $3,458,677.34 Banking llooecv Furniture and Fixture* 158,638.14 Or?rdxKf?s 126.04 Casli 111 our Yairh and Dot frron Otbw Banks 690,957.62 $4,308,399.14 LIABILITIES: Oanitsl Paid in ... $300,000.00 Sorftlus - . 300,000.00...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 7 July 1913

ADTAKCIi .... sn S..90 134 .59 mm* 143 Investigation could be progresstve munbori by m*mb*r? who iri loot* *4?ptl0? of t* stay 9i leg- , 1 ? ?' Ol'R ARMY, at noon a part of the Elev- ; of Cavalry. United passed through Koanoke. j way from Georgia, to the and maneuver ground Every slnee .an- ? was made that the; cavalry would Journey this part of tho counInterest has been amused th* people. Scores have called \ World-News offlee trying to. eeeerUUn th# exact hour* when the, ?oldlers might be expected to arrive. | JCverybody has seemed desirous of getting a look aj the cavalry boys. | In all probability not a Roanoker | figures In the cavalry's roster Not a j member of the command has friends or relatives In this city or county and few of them have friends or relative-*, anywhere In Southwest Virginia. Yet ^ ill along the roirte In Virginia hundreds of people have tusnejl out to ae* the boy* march- by and at every one of tftelr stopping place* they have j cordial reception mnd many pl...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 7 July 1913

Lot the Children Have the Benefit of * Piano? If you feel you cannot afford a piano at thla Um* perhapa you would" Uka to rant ona from month to moath and at any time you would Ilka to pureh&ac the Inatrumtnt w* will allow what you have paid tor rental to apply on tha purch?N prlca. Could *nythine be fairerT Rianokt Music C*. "MO NOTES T(> SIGN." C. 9. JKNttlNQg. Mar., k 117 W. Campbell Ave. I B. D. O. Kttntalnmrat. The Southern Croaa Chapter. If. I?. will irlvo an entcrta^pment on the lawn of the court houae In HaJem beginning nt 7 o'clock Tueeday *yonIng a pruxrum will l>e nlt?n mnxlntlnK of aunga by a quartette, a paper doll drill by at I teen little Klrla. recitation* and a drill by ihr lluptlat Orphanage. lea cream anil cake and . randies will bo on sale. A liberal patronage ia aolli-ltcd and the public. Invited to attend. ? ? ? *fual<- M Kt??nnd I*rvebyt?-rion (twrch. Included In the lovely mttalc ren- \ tiered In the churches wa* t...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 7 July 1913

Dresses and Suits Priced Fourth Off ^hbhhhhhhmhhhhhm ?wmhmhhmhmmhhm mammae w # A snlo of most seasonable apparel for women's donning, eertain to interest you. beginning Monday nnd continuing through week. This special showing embraces the entire lines as named?no particular reservations are made of some choice designs, as is frequently the case at some stores. Charming styles of this season's greatly favored designs are here,; conforming to the most exacting dictates of the fashions of the hour?and enticing price reductions are named on every model offered. 'Hie full value of this special sale will appeal to. you all the more strongly. ~ Choose early, for the lirst purchasers will, of course, secure the^-ream of the pickiug. * Pleasing Wash Dresses All Priced a Fourth Less This am if .ncludes all colored. a? well u all White Wuh Dre Just at tour greatest need-time, when you are. more than likely, preparing tor your summer outing, with the added demand (or a larger supply of nimmrr f...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 7 July 1913

l\ TIGERS PLAY A - SPLENDID GAME With Perryman pitching shut out ball. the T<ger* walked away with the last claah ^Ith the Shipbuilders. The visitor* ware absolutely heipiee* before th<? fine pitching of ths bin Georgian. and with this good pitching, the Titter* barked him tip In a style that wilt win. Out) a few times did Matthew it crowd hn v<_? a chance, but jUhen they threatened, ferry put on tha brake* ??( them down via the strike out route, or on eaay ? hance* to the fielder* It wm a ftne ball fame, with Ate Tigers putting up tha heat article, both In the offense and defense, Harton, the Washington wonder, waa hit hard by the Tlgera. gnd hard tn apota. He ha* won but one game from Roanoke thin year, and that waa a Kama that the Tlgera ( had won in the seventh Inn the game revarted back to tha sixth Inning. Newport New* winning three to one. Barton went atone at u fine clip for three Innings, hut hla poor work In I the fourth was responsible for...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 7 July 1913

?l STOPS TORTURING ITCH Tfcar* la ao earthly need of itching and scratching. No matter how lone you have Buffered; no matter how tnanv treatment* vou hare tried, there ftre thousands who have been In aa had ? plight. and who have found ^..?a aa.a noalth In Reainpl. In even the stubborneai c?w< of tetania, rin?worm. or other tor minting, unsightly humor, a warm bath with Baalnol? ??d- a -single application of Reainol Olatmrot stop the Itchl|f Instantly. Healing begins at one*. ftUd toon this aimple. pleasant jtnd economical ? treatment clears th? trouble away. After that. the regulur Uae of Reainol Soap for the toilet and hath la uauaily enough to prevent its return. Reainol Soap a^d Reainol ointment are alao speedily affecttve for pimple*, blackheads, sunburn Ivy poUonmg. dandruff, aoraa and pile*. Prescribed by doctors for eighteen year*, and sold by practically sv?r> druggist (n the TTnl.ed States Trial free. Dept. 4-P. Reaino!, Baltimore Md. ? FORESTRY CONGR...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 7 July 1913

The people who owe you gratitude fell yon when yon need them most A savings account is aver reedy to do you a real and genuine service, is an ever abiding friend. A wise person will cultivate such a friend. CITY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL ? ? mm ????????*? ? *?????????? ? n^OOMt IVRPLDI AND rxnrviDED FHoriTi m,yim MARKETS Wall Street. July T.-?The low ruts* of American sto.k* In London were reflected at the opening today and re* ?ultra In a general decline. L*>*?c* were small. Ht?el fat: only a amail fraction from tha prevloua close. E L There vn *uch a *carclty of vege* table* and produce on the market this morning thai puce* were ?utceptlbU to the. allchteat influence. and atiowed a wider rungs than uaual. changing with ?ach quarter hour period, accord* Ina to th<* number of buyer# appearlnr In some case*, lite wagon* had no' more than two or three nalsa. while kO'.^n' early- to arrlv* had sold out. E-ran* aold from 7?e to fJ.S* a buehal. atidrdlng to quality, and...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 7 July 1913

National Biscuit fco.'s Goods ? _ i?* We have added a full lin^at all our cash stores. It has been some time since we handled this line, but we are always on the lookout for the very best for our customers. 23?> v-, All 10c Packages 3 for 25c f- ; - V3 OFF The opportunity that comes hut twioe a y?ar but is looked forward to by every prudent buyer. $20.00 Suits, now $13.34 . 3526.00 Suit?, now $16.67 $30.00 8niU, now $30.00 $35.6o Suits, now |3Sj4 $40.00 Suits, now $26.67-, About thr^c hundred of the?e Stein-Blocb Suits; are fr.>?h and new, but uses in some lots broken. I'orar now while it is at its best. W. R. HANCOCK CO. Successors to GEO. W. PAYNE 00. TM !>???? KkMt ???* Blaeb sr? cleaned sjid ?hm?J bv ua We wast our friend* to know tbst we hsv* ?nl> one shop. located at !? Campbell ave. nue, west. We are open every day from f :3V to 1? p. to . except Saturday, when we close ?? 11 p. m and Sunday el ? p. m. Tuxcd > Shoe Shine ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 8 July 1913

mn?NI*? WORLD, rwnM KVBMIMU NKW1. PRICE?TWO AMD ??. If you do not rtctlv* you.- pa par by f p. to. pb?no lk? buoinoa* olTlco. and a f.opy will bo sent ytou at osoo by apodal mNo*ni?r. Wo *ut you to rorolva tha YVorld-Nawa ovary day. SHOCKING ATTEMPT TO ASSAULT WOMAN I Senator's Relative Attacked by Negro Mrs. May Jorgensen, Sister In-Law of Miles Poindex-; te^ Leading Progressive Republican of Upper Branch of Congress, Has Narrow Escape From Strange Man at Midday on a Fashionable Thoroughfare in Washington. FRIGHT PREVENTS IDENTIFICATION Washington, I). C.. .July 8.?The police are searching for the negro who in broad daylight yeaterday. in h fashionable section. seized Mrs. May Jorgensen. sister-in-law of Senator Poindexter. The attaek waa so sudden the woman haa been unable to identify hen. assailant among several negroes arrested as suspect*. The negroe's motive is not elear t,o tjbr police. As Mrs. Jorgensen was approaching the Poinderter home yesterday the negro came up from beh...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 8 July 1913

THE WORLD-NTVrS.TtTSDAT AFTERNTOOy,jrLV 8. 19ft. C .v ?* ??? -t? - fM'ADOO 01 I BANK Filll|!)! ^MppLaiM. July T. Seoret ir> M - | Moo, la a statement tonight dKlwmi that the general banking condition in Pittsburg aa wall aa in the entire country waa itroai and sound and that ha exportad no further trouble aa of tba failure of the Pltti- . burg FJrat-Second National Dank. -"The failure of the Plttsburr bank I* simply a sporadic case of unbound ? ? banking and haa no other slgnlflcane*" the secretary said He added that the receivership of thin InstltuX lion r?moT*4 a long FinndmK "core - spot" IB' th* Pittsburg situation, leav- , itnr U>e general condition In that city J sound. The secretary will make * sweeping investigation of the p?u?w of th?fall urn of the big bank and pre mb'y wai c*U upon the department of Justice to .assist. y It developed tonight that onf (a- t ) ? wbtch draw the .critical attention ?? J " suspicion of the treasury depart me ? to the bash...

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Page PAGE THREE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 8 July 1913

' THE WORLD-NEWS, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 8, 1913. p-** f '">*5*. V *. *7<^" ?;?) -?- ? ?? No. 11722 Gets the five pound box Kern's candy this week. 4 ?> fri1 ^ We give away FREE a five pound box Kern's fine candy every Saturday. Free coupon with each purchase r- ? McGEE'S PHARMACY SSSESS; HOT FOB NOTHING, BUT FOB YOTJB MONEY'S WOBTH DO WE DESIBE YOTJB PATBONAOE. Let TJs Prove It to You. nLEPioHR in BADFOBD STEAM LAUNDRY. Country. . VEGETABLES We receive daily country vegetables that are grown on farms in the vicinity of Roanoke. For picnics and outing parties we have everything that is needed for the basket. Here is s list of our veg. stable* for today: CORN, - NEW POTATOES, BEETS, SQUASH, SNAPS, ONIONS, CUCUMBERS, TOMATOES, LETTUCE, RADISH, CABBAGE, RHUBARB. Fruits nil Barries . "WATERMELON,^ CANTALOUPE, OREEN APPLES, ORANGES, BANANAS. LEMONS, RASPBERRIES, BLACKBERRIES. HUCKLEBERRIES. Outing Parties and . Picnics SPRING CHICKENS, COUNTRY EGGS, POTT...

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Page PAGE FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 8 July 1913

HIE WORLD-XEW9, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 8. 1913. 1 oo JG .02 1.M ........1*4 M aa? 143 i r- BMW people contend that the world |l growing better; others contend that It t? growing worn. To reach a propR>'. * I Or decision, that la to determine which of these contentions Is right, we must com pars t^s world as it Is today with the world as It was In former time*. It we prefer we easily can convince Ourselves that every development I* * retrogression. We can point to the numerous violations of law which go Unpunished, to the apparent Injustice | "of the courts, to the frequent failures Of Juries, to the manufacture an<l salt* Of Injurious foods and drug*, and to ttMioneety and immorality. To discover the weaknees, th?u?ins and degradstlon of humanity Is easy. We con And them on every hand, and r0oraetime* they seem overwhelmingly discouraging. Yet, If we will, we can with greater 1 ease discover evidence of growth, evidence that the world Is growing bet- j ter. A ...

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Page PAGE FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 8 July 1913

%. Ut the Children Have the Benefit of a Piano?U you foal you cannot afford a piano at thla Ulna per ha pa you would Ilk* to rant from month to moalh and at any time you would Ilk* to purchaaa the Instrument w* will allow What you hart paid for rentnl t? apply on the purchoau prica. Could anything >>? fairer? Roankt Music C>. -so rtomam to hi?n.~ C. T. J?M!?aa. H(t. 117 W. Campbell Ave. Social Nsws 8 Itrmw mt marlnt mr yrrniiaa) |?ttr> *a* W ?kua<4 te JM, w Mat ?? Ik' tilt.r tmrm *t <k? the W ertd-Krwa. Ilaygrnanri. V'l?itiir> arc Thvllad'To come "to" Kim uoo?l pb*> ground ao> morning from * to 12 o'clock, or uCternoou from ? to f o'clock. and lr?tMK'l the new marry-in-round whlrh *m installed yester?t.*y, and baa an automatic muilo boa. This merry-go - round accoriimod.?tee f<* at ?b* time, and It affords, the Fhlidran a great deal of amusement. About ?n?) lyuvdrel rtlldrm ...

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Page PAGE SIX [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 8 July 1913

A ^cotMtra K rartalni cedar. pclmi. and daleie*. wtfltT'many lighted ?i<i ? vrv ictn? tt i Dilfa ?harck for th? wrdII I e'elaek Wadecaday afternoon. I ilt&, of Mtu fdUlan Buffi ngt on daughter of Mri and Mr*. H. K ?f WOMB. N C\ tb Mr. Jame* Hlftf OolUbon. of lallvUI*. Va. . TM officiating nlnlittr wu th* Rev.| B. r. flkrrk, pMtor of the-Union Hap-1 Hat oJPch. Marlon. Va. VTho wtddin, march vai beautlfaily r*nd?*?d by Mlaa Mart?r?t Covarston. who uUyrd ap-| propria!* raualcal selectlona ^before and Vtter the ceresnonlea. The brlda. who la a h&ndnlmr brunstt*. looked charming in a two-ton?o brown oloth ault with bodice, hat. shoe* and glovta to match Hh.- carried a huge bounuat Of bride'a r??? s*?d llllea of th* valley. She *?i ulvwn In marriaff* by liar father. Thrr maid of boner, Mra John Aubarn tVrter, of Huntington, W Va.. a slater o( the bride, wore a pretty cr*atlc*n of blue orepe met I or. with d'alencati lace, white picture bat. carried tvarm...

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Page PAGE SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 8 July 1913

ROANOKE PILES UP HEAVY SCORE ?(ifUmomh, V*., July T.?< Specie I) ??The Ttgera emotberad the breeth out of the formidable Plrtl?? today, In a "ehaee-me-Willy' running bout. 11 to I. Thu two eroree for the PlmtM e ere made b^ Tennant. who knocked ih? ball nlmoet Into the aweel ultimately ?r?;rlns two- hoinere. , One of theie win In tbe'aecond innln* when the Tiger* ba l bui un? ecore. Th? other mi In the wlxth when the Tl?era had added five more to their b?Ha The Titer* not to be outdone on the ?'home run" prnpoeltlon were equally ae liw-ky ?hn\ Huttimera and lrmech?r came eklnntnit armind the e<|uare like] two ecared rnhbite Gardln and Verbout made the nrtlllery ernoke. Gardln eubmltted to nix hlta, wblla Xer-1 bout turned out twelve to the l?eoparde macnetle stick* Gardln tried1 an outd rop nnd hit Cook in the ban. ! Mke a little boy throwing a snowball, at a colored mull woman I'reenly . made two hit* out of two limea up. The acore: ROANOKR Prore: %AH II. H O ...

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Page PAGE EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 8 July 1913

M i U||, VI Mill UILL am pastor Wtll K nowr Clergyman, of Thii Ofty. Virtu the Ancient PI?-;eJ , Asayria?The Ban Knows jA Ko 8*bb?t.h?Jou?r.eyia? of R\ Baul of Tarsus. " ,F?lJowing it .1 leiur fr -m TV " C%mpbaH.past.>r of the Kirst Pre*b> J ckj?nb. RtMok' w ho is '* Palestine and uthfr cfuntrlcJ adjacent thereto: - : :"P** ot li\* ??teT*?t>ns plicw we VMU4 w*s the city of Djirm/ui. ?r P*"1^ ?* th*5 taU h*re. \V'? have long known this. because it has giveo ?*"1* t0 * number of thin**' <?.ith v ">el> :v* familiar. Fwni P?m?5"* "** *<""? fruit?the D?mfon - ?ad the DimuK towels and table clothi, ud certain r <???.?, and the Janou* Darwicui swords. **d*"h'd the city on Saturday ?voninc. ?nd Sunday was for us a day or r?rt The E*j.t knows no Sabbath * traveler muit make his own. ? *y tide of business and pleax- "?*' ruahe' on tta tlrelea* wav <_>n| *v,"lt*d th? at-enea'or ;n Abra...

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Page PAGE NINE [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 8 July 1913

The people who owe you gratitude tell you when you need them most. A savings account is ever ready to do you a real and genuine service, is an ever abiding friend. A wise person will cultivate such a friend. CJTY NATIONAL BANK : - Wo?oh*. ' ? ' ?*-- - * . CAPITAL ? ? .. . im.OM.'H) IDHPLII AND t'NDIVincn PROFIT* " Wall Street lul> I.?Stacks moved In a fashion at the opening There wttro large transaction* In Heading arul Steel. Otherwlae the trading wat light. A majority of the active sales began% fractionally under y eaierday'a cloae." Valuta did not suffer much deapite the und#r earrMit of Iim*Iii*m In early trading. Kaatern railroad* reflected uneaalneaa over the labor problem. The Ifc'hole llat afterwarda developed bettar lone. * ?*' CMIiiS Quotation*?New Vnr? Stock Awl Co?>Mr Am Agrl An Beet t<a* Am CM AM Ous.rM... Am Oar and Mj Am Co Hon OH . Am Tcetecura. An 1 laaaad AJB '.?'or !i^' 21 *s Amflmell A 1 Ab ft A R i ism , Aw Tehee At. aeon da Ateh...

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Page PAGE TEN [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 8 July 1913

?National Biscuit j| Co.'s Goods Wc have added a full line at all our cash stores. It has been some time since we handled this line, but we are always, on the lookout for the very best for our customers. I All 10c Packages 3 for 25c Stein-Bloch Suits Vs OFF - ?/ . . ? The opportunity that comes twt twice a year but in looked forward to by every prudent buyer. $20.00 Suits, now $13.34 $25.00 Suita, now $16.67 $30.00 Suit*, now $20.00 $36.00 Suita, now $23.34 ?! $40.00 Suita, now $26.67 About three hundred of the*** Stain-Bloch Suits; are i'reah and n<W, but size* in some lota broken. Come now while it is *at its best. W. R. HANCOCK CO. Succauor* to GEO. W. PATHS 00. ^ ?ur friends to luww that w? iisv- only IM Shdh, located at J? Campb.I1 it?lua wmL We are open eTpry day from toll p. aa, escape Saturday. Wfcea ire clooe at 11 p. m, and Sunday at * p. m. Tuxado Om Mat Parlor. Tom UN l?M Bar? proprietors. _JBB o*Thi* Week. Tha tunow hmI R(7 superior Pre- * Acs M? offirwl at U...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 July 1913

if r*? *? **t fMtin wmt u??r tor T p. K.. phono Ik* kMiMW oHlco. and ? ?SfP'wttl to* Mat yftft ?i?aM kr inelat miMim?r. Wt ,w?at you to rooolvo tho WofK Mwt mrjr day. VOL. 48?No. 7. ?TKKIKO WORLD, r<MaM 1HH9. ?VBNINO NUW*. raaaM 1M*. JULY 9, 1913. ggps - THE WSATHEB. ftnd Tbunday vttk rtftPRICE?TWO SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS ENTER UPON THIRD DAY . ' ? . ? . ? ? . ? .? ? . j PRACTICAL TALKS BY INSTRUCTORS Dr. Witnwn Delivered a Splendid Lecture Upon "The Land of the Book" at Elm wood Park Last Night and Will Speak There Again This Evening. / - ? CONFERENCES HELD ? THIS AFTERNOON Thin morning's hwIoo of the Sunday School Convention wm op?Mtl kt 7:30 by Holy Communion in Ohrtet rhareh. At BlM o'clock the mrvtlni *m MIm Mllliken wu the first Hot talk was upon "The Appwl to Tatar Childhood," which period Inrladt* the children from nine to twelve year* old, and was both Instructive and entertaining. MIm MlMlken emphasised the necessity of Hunday school teachers betng properly traine...

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Page PAGE TWO [Newspaper Page] — The World News — 9 July 1913

jy :~-r. THE WORLD-NEWS, WEPXESDAY AFTERXOON *JTTLY 9, 1913 WORKING HIIRO i OR DEW HIGHWAY Boosters of Bristol to Wash ington Route, are Making R9& Great Headway. . Bristol. Va., July 7.?Special ?An |jj> ' aggressive campaign designed to give an Impetus to the building of th.' Brlatol-to-Washington Highway In Bfefc-V grdar^.to k4v? it comply ed by thei pV, tlmo th# Memphla-to-Brlarol highway) through Ttnpewt'c 1* opened. Is he- j 1ng launched for the present year un<i Bf.- will culminate In an automobile run o?ir the proposed new ruad, In H.-p- j tetnber. Two road, corn *111 ? leave1 E Bristol in Sept* raber" carr> ins Prr*!i < dent W. 'M.- -Aston of tho liristoi-to-n- Washington Htghwuy Association. the eta to highway commlsaloncr and sev- . eral othor food roads enthusiasts, h Public masting* will be held at Ablngdoik Marion. Wythevlll*, Pulaski,j ?v ' Haofofdi ^hristUnshuric, Ui.ftaokr, Natural Bridge. T>exin#ton,...

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